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Wedding Bells


A very enjoyable day yesterday as some very good friends of ours finally tied the knot.


Helensburgh Registry Office was the venue and it brought back memories of Sue's and my wedding there  (ahem!) 24 years ago.


Colin Lawrie (namesake of Gilbert and Fiona but no relation), surely the busiest piper in Scotland, piped the happy couple in and out of the Office and then piped them in to Strathclyde Homes Stadium Dumbarton for a delicious meal and fantastic reception.





Below are some more photos of the day.



















                            We used to be Bankies but we're alright noo! Messrs Fallon Gallacher and McCabe




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  1. Thanks for the exposure, John Terry had "Hello" magazine as a sponsor but I have "Songs Of A Sons Lover" ……a much better read!
    Helpless Dancer
    PS Can you send me any photos you have of the other guests like those included in your post.

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